Correct spelling for BORNG

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Possible correct spellings for borng

  • bang "The lid's been on for a month, and it's coming off with a bang.
  • barn Somebody was quietly approaching the barn.
  • berg Once they were startled by the thunderous roar of a monster berg in the distance as it toppled and turned upon its side, and later they felt its swell.
  • bern In Switzerland, Bern bought even the towns of Thun and Burgdorf.
  • bog At the south was the Sink with its treacherous bog-holes and further north the sand-hills were limitless-the only way, where the wagon-wheels had crossed, was buried deep in the sand.
  • bone That is, I feel as if every bone in my body had been broken.
  • bongo Were you in the bar, the Habana Bar, at the time when your brother got into an argument with two Mexicans or Cubans about the bongo drums?
  • bonk Winning two rounds provides Bonk with an extra life, while a loss transforms Bonk into Wounded Bonk, where Bonk resembles a mummy and takes twice as much damage as usual.
  • bonn The churches at Neuss, Bonn, Sinzig, and Coblenz all underwent a necessary reconstruction in the early thirteenth century because of ravages during the terrific warfare of the rival claimants to the throne of Barbarossa.
  • bony Mrs. Baverstock rubbed her bony hands together; and laughed deprecatingly.
  • boon Now was the foreign dame prepar'd, By help of these, and nameless thousands more, The promis'd boon to give, the whole she stirs Deep from the bottom, with a bough long rent, From the mild olive.
  • boring When he was writing his Life of Napoleon, he said in his Journal: "Better a superficial book which brings well and strikingly together the known and acknowledged facts, than a dull boring narrative, pausing to see further into a mill-stone at every moment than the nature of the mill-stone admits."
  • born And whence comes this new-born cowardice, my dear Mrs. Richards?
  • borneo On arriving at Singapore, James Brooke met a shipwrecked crew who had lately come from Borneo.
  • bronc Bareback bronc riding began to develop as a professional rodeo sporting event around 1900.
  • bung The casks being well prepared, perfectly sweet and dry, and placed on the stand ready to receive the liquor, first skim off the top yeast, then fill the casks quite full, bung them down, and leave an aperture for the yeast to work through.
  • burg When I got pitched into this burg, said the lame man thoughtfully, I landed all there-except a leg, but I never carried my brains in my legs.
  • burn How can he look at her, hear her voice, and not burn with triumphant pride?
  • wrong
  • Borne Certainly he who has never borne has yet to bear.
  • Bono To dissipate it and, at the same time, to display an endearing pro bono publicanism, the Chronicle offered a reward of five thousand dollars for such information as would lead to the arrest and conviction of the assassin.
  • Borg Med. Henrik Borg, one of our younger distinguished medical men has, while engaged in zootomic research on the skerries near Stockholm, discovered a new species of the family Clypeaster, to which he has given the very pertinent name of maritimus.
  • BOEING The following guidelines are advised by Boeing for a crosswind landing.
  • bongs Thus for fear of the law many head shops will not serve customers who use the word "bong" or "bongs", or any other word typically associated with illegal drug use.
  • booing The Final home game in Kansas City, 4/14/1985, thousands of fans showed their dislike for Axelson by wearing ' Joe Axelson masks and booing throughout.
  • discommended

14 words made from the letters borng

3 letter words made from borng:

gob, nob, bog, orb, rob, nog, ron.

4 letter words made from borng:

bonr, norb, born, gorn, grob, bong.

5 letter words made from borng:


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